Published: May 2017 by Viking Genre: Memoir Rating: 5/5 Stars I listened to most of this book on audio while road tripping to Nashville. I’ll be honest–I was a poor road trip companion. I was so completely absorbed in this story, I wasn’t much for conversation. This maybe isn’t the book I would’ve have expected… Continue reading THE PUSH BY TOMMY CALDWELL
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Published: February 12th, 2019 Genre: Literary Fiction/Historical Fiction My Rating: 5/5 Stars I’ve been staring at my screen for a good five minutes now, wondering where to begin with a review of this book. I guess I’ll start with this — I loved it. I received an advance copy for review and a giveaway from… Continue reading THE NIGHT TIGER BY YANGSZE CHOO
Published: January 8th, 2019 by Scribner Books Genre: Fiction/Literary Thriller First off, let me say a huge thank you to the team at Scribner Books for sending me this copy of Looker by Laura Sims. I was fascinated by the description, and although the thriller genre is one I tend to avoid, I was intrigued… Continue reading LOOKER BY LAURA SIMS
I’m not sure how it happened… but tomorrow is the first day of 2019, which means it’s time for another year end wrap up. This year really flew by for me, but it was another great one when it comes to reading and my bookish life. I didn’t read as much as last year… I’m… Continue reading 2018 Year End Wrap Up: Another One for the Books
Published: October 2018 By Tin House Genre: Literary Fiction My Rating: 5/5 Stars First of all, many thanks to the fantastic people over at Tin House for sending this gorgeous copy my way for review! All opinions are my own… but let me tell you, I loved this book. Luckily, just before starting it I… Continue reading BITTER ORANGE BY CLAIRE FULLER
Published: May 2018 by Katherine Tegen Books My Rating: 4.5/5 Stars Genre: Literary Fiction Sometimes, in this age of Bookstagram, it feels like I have so many expectations for every book I pick up to read. Whether it’s from the media release sent to me by the publisher, or from the countless other bloggers whose… Continue reading A LITE TO BRIGHT by Samuel Miller